SUZUKA CITY, Japan (September 08, 2021)– The Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500 achieved a clean sweep of the podium at round 3 of the SUPER GT held at Suzuka Circuit recently making it a day worth celebrating for all Nissan fans. Although a chance of rain had been forecast, the race began with blue skies peering through the clouds and in the early stages the #23 GT-R of Ronnie Quintarelli and #24 GT-R driven by Daiki Sasaki maintained their positions in 3rd and 4th. At the same time the #3 GT-R and the #12 GT-Reach gained a position and from that point on all the GT-Rs steadily moved further up the order as the race unfolded. At the mid-point of the race, after all the GT-Rs had completed their pit stops, the #3 GT-R had successfully undercut the field and took the race lead with the #12 GT-R following in 2nd, and the#23 GT-R now in 3rd. However, Tsugio Matsuda in the #23 GT-R then fervently pursued the #12 GT-R and slipped passed in lap 30 lap to move up to 2nd. From there he engaged in a fierce chase of the leading#3 GT-R, closing the gap with each lap, and catching him at the chicane in lap 41 to take the lead. The #23 GT-R then went on to take its first win of the season, and the GT-Rs achieved a clean podium sweep with the #3 in second, and the #24 GT-R, which had temporarily dropped to 6thbut fought its way back, following in 3rd. The #12 GT-R also finished in 6th to see all GT-Rs finish in the top 6.